Creel and Angler Surveys in Fisheries Management: Proceedings of the International Symposium and Workshop on Creel and Angler Surveys in Fisheries Management, Held at Houston, Texas, USA, 26-31 March 1990

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Dan Guthrie
American Fisheries Society, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 528 pages

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Contents

Lessons from the National Survey
5
Coordination of the ICCAT Enhanced Research Program for Billfish
13
ROVING CREEL SURVEYS
19
Sample Size Determination in Roving Creel Surveys
25
Computer Simulation Techniques to Assess Bias in the RovingCreelSurvey
40
Comparison of Northern Pike Catch and Harvest Rates Estimated from
47
Comparison of Five Estimators of Fishing Success from Creel Survey Data
61
Comparability of Data Collected by Telephone and Roving Creel Surveys
67
POPULATION AND LONGITUDINAL SURVEYS
245
Use and Abuse of Mail Surveys in Fisheries Management
253
Software for Administering Mail Surveys
262
Telephone Survey Preferred in Collecting Angler Data Statewide
271
Problems Concerning the Interpretation
281
Use of Model Predictions as an Auxiliary Variable to Reduce Variance in
292
SURVEYS FOR ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
299
Experience with the Public Area
314

National Survey Data on Sportfishing Economics and Environmental Changes
74
Monitoring a Tropical Island Reef Fishery
84
Comparison of Three Allocations of Monthly Sampling Effort for the Roving
97
Evaluation of Components of Variance for a Stratified TwoStage Roving Creel
108
Implications for Fisheries
116
ACCESS POINT SURVEYS
123
Using Creel Surveys to Evaluate Angler Success in Discrete Fisheries
139
Increasing the Efficiency of Texas Saltwater Creel Surveys
155
Evaluation of Sampling Methodologies of the Lake Michigan Creel Survey
162
Traditional Access Design versus
177
Assigning Nonuniform Sampling Probabilities by Using Expert Opinion
189
Using Small Creel Surveys and MarkRecapture Experiments to Interpret
195
Comparisons of Illinois Creel Surveys and the Precision of Their Estimates
206
A Method for Estimating Bait Shrimp Used in Texas Salt Waters by Anglers
212
A Methodology for Estimating Fish Landings Effort and Residence of
220
FIELD DATA RECORDING
227
Advantages of Field Data Recorders in Creel Surveys of Recreational Fisheries
232
The Significance of Data Collection and Econometric Methods in Estimating
328
Measuring Recreational Fisheries Economics from the National Survey
336
A DualSurvey Approach for Estimating the Economic Aspects of Fishing
344
Length of Recall Period and Accuracy of Estimates from the National Survey
367
Can Fishery Scientists Predict Angler Preferences?
375
CatchandRelease Statistices for U S Bass and Trout Anglers
390
Quantifying Walleye Angling Success
397
Development of a Social and Economic Questionnaire for OnSite Interviews
406
Comparison of Response Scales for Measuring Angler Satisfaction
412
SURVEYS FOR BIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
423
Evaluating the Potential Effects of a Daily Bag Limit from the Observed
435
Development and Implementation of the Angler Diary Monitoring Program
457
Production and Instantaneous Growth Rates of Lake Trout before and after
476
Synthesis of MarkRecapture and Fishery Data to Estimate OpenPopulation
492
A ResortBased Head Collection Program for Expanding Recreational Harvest
507
Use of Bass Club Tournament Results to Evaluate Relative Abundance
515
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